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National Park College celebrated Black History Month Feb. 28 with special guest speakers, including learning acceleration division faculty member at NPC Linda Franklin and former eight-term Hot Springs Alderman and NAACP leader Elmer Beard. They shared their stories of being longtime leaders in the community. Beard, standing, discussed his book, "The Challengers," his upcoming poetry book "Let Reason Roll" and read a poem he wrote for the event. Other special guests included secretary of the NPC board of trustees, Joyce Craft, and NPC adult education faculty member Debbie Ugbade. The event was hosted by NPC's Cultural Diversity Awareness Club as part of its "We Belong" Guest Speaker Series.

School on 03/10/2019

Print Headline: Black History Month

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